LPG Parties in South Wales and the surrounding areas:
Learn Play Grow children’s parties are action packed and fun. Most importantly they are tailored to suit children of all ages and can be delivered throughout South Wales and the surrounding areas. They are individually designed to ensure that the birthday girl/ boy has an unforgettable time sharing fun and giggles with their friends. We also design everything around your needs and to suit your tastes and budgets.
You child may have a favourite Learn Play Grow character that they may wish to invite to the party, we can arrange for this too.
In addition, we can provide colourful and fun, branded party goods for kid’s parties in South Wales and the surrounding area, making sure we cover everything from cups to party bags. Ensuring that children enjoy the party and parents can relax in the knowledge that their child’s wishes are being catered for.
Nursery sessions in South Wales and the surrounding areas
We offer fun, vibrant and activity sessions to nurseries within South Wales and the surrounding areas. These classes involve fun games, parachutes, balloons, bubbles, singing and dancing but mostly involve having a lot of fun. Session are aimed at children from the age of two years and upwards and are a great way to introduce our little ones to physical activity through play.
After School Clubs
Learn Play Grow in South Wales and surrounding areas also offer after children’s after school clubs children aged between 4 – 7. These sessions encourage children to be physically active whilst spending time with their friends having fun. A variety of kids’ activities are on offer which will help to develop a range of fitness components which are essential in everyday life.
My name is Eleri and I am the owner of LPG in South Wales and the surrounding areas. I am a trained PE teacher with over 12 years experience of teaching. One of the main reasons I am so passionate about LPG (apart from the fact the sessions are brilliant) is because as a PE teacher I see children every day that arrive at secondary school with very poor fundamental motor skills. Our job is to ensure that children are being offered the opportunity to develop these skills from a young age. Starting this at a young age, through play is much more likely to encourage children to remain physically active for the rest of their lives.